Current Orders and Directives: Executive Order and Memorandum on President George W. Bush amended EO with Executive Order E.O. , as Amended. Kevin R. Kosar. Analyst in American National Government. November 3, Congressional Research Service. Document Type: Executive Order; E.O. Citation: E.O. of Apr 17, ; E.O. Notes: Revokes: EO , April 6, ; Amended by: EO.
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Clinton’s order set declassification deadlines for classified material and made it harder for politicians to classify information. The subsequent revisions to the regulations governing Classified National Security Information practices by both Presidents Bush and Obama differed from EO in that they declared the Vice President directly in their original issuances rather than in a supplemental Order as President Clinton had.
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